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would sooner save a burbank jeb of flip about there very real human beings under their care? no wonder said mark said go to hell. >> immediately. i said it the first time the president of united states could just say to every surgeon general dod facilities across the board in use the national health court facilities to fill in the void but they are not. neil: that back-and-forth sparking hundreds of tweets with the #cavuto. >> leave the men behind is the same as leaving that's untraded. >> but now before one more aircrafts lives off-again. >> fire them all and start fresh.
stop selling more of my tax dollars have a broken system >> nine is read about the ocean but albright about our veterans. neil: incredible. and concern to veterans for america is not at all surprised if it is time to address this now. good to have you back. what do you make of this latest development that they have time matt v.a. to talk about global warming but very little time to cut the wait time for veterans? >> the present was serious he would not have josh as the assistant acting public affairs for a the v.a.. essentially has never been a veteran also on the campaign for obama and public relations and tweet did this out this is more important than what veterans are about so the left-wing propaganda
machines but i think is an insult in itself. neil: is started with the state department trying to expand that protective area from dolphins to wailes to fish that are vulnerable to becoming extinct in then every agency could sign on the then the twits at the v.a. who you would think who would have more worries start lobbying on. how stupid can they be? >> obviously not done enough because friedman who was always say propaganda machine and has attacked me on twitter now at urban development that's the ted teammates of bergdahl ross psychopathic fox news went after him for that.
but he was through 2012 with the v.a. so they have a history of the left-wing propaganda machines. i am serious we need to recognize there are dead men and women out there for lack of care in more than we have reported because they cannot prove how many have missed appointments and are dying as a result as a lack of care. neil: but those who have been offered the job including their head of the cleveland clinic and nobody wants it. i understand this legislation that calls for tougher standards with the ability to reprimand or fire more workers but you will get some more but they don't want to walk into a job where the hand is tied and they are blamed. >> in he was defending the bonuses when asked how many he has accepted by can use
that money towards suicide? it is a simple question but instead publicly upset. so i take a step back. of the v.a. has resisted the bill that passed because they allow executives to a be fired. 56 does not even have priorities straight. let's get this back contract to realize 1.five records were debated by v.a. that tells us we don't know if they exist or if they are dead. we will never nail them down i guarantee it. neil: interesting how many records disappear or emails to zippier at the irs. politically you have to be insulted just as the taxpayer especially as an american how we treat our veterans. >> when record start
evaporating viral government you have to question your trust that allows people to be overrun. >> spee unfortunately have to meet under these circumstances with that other stuff going on. good to see you. but coming up negotiating with the taliban now secretary of state kerry says iran could be crucial to ending this latest mass. to ending this latest mass. are rand?
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years of the group trying to take over. that is what gets weird. we have our former ambassador joining us here. with the former iraq coalition provision so part of the thinking behind debts not a fan of these guys sell my enemy enemy could be my friend or whenever that logic is. >> i is very tricky to find out where the line is we may have some overlapping interest but what we need to focus on is a rand has been identified as the last six presidents including this one of both parties as the world's leading terrorist sponsor.
>> so something changed but it could hiv-2 live rage that's how we go about with a of a nuclear issue or deal with israel? >> i am sure there is no possibility with discussion that would exclude concerns over the nuclear talks. of they would say something like we can help you in in iraq but we don't like the inspection in regime or something like that. it is a very tricky path to start. neil: what about this path now sending almost 300 soldiers to look over u.s. personnel at the embassy or to coordinate an evacuation?
they certainly will not fight a war. >> we have to take that problem but nothing to do with the real major interests there. i hope this is just an initial the offensive move by ba president but we will have to deal with china tea 30 and soon. time is running. neil: so that idea of running to what? said that country disintegrates and the lions are redrawn even if we are involved to stop that at best just sling it just like vietnam with the inevitable direction and since we have taken the troops out?
unless we do is the 180 which we do not appear? >> the focus on the initial question what is in our interest the president identified hour immediate interest when he said one week ago it is not in those parts of iraq that was way off on the margins. this was in the heart of a very rich country talking about terrorist groups that have americans and europeans fighting alongside to make their harder to determine. there is the big issue a broader question which is the collapse of the ngo political structure when the turkish empire collapsed
that affects not on the country is in the region but one of the closest allies of king jordan we have to move quickly and of the rest makes a difference if you don't stop isis. neil: we apprehended one of the key players killing our ambassador years after the fact. >> that is always good. to take a long time to read miranda rights era and to learn more of what happened that night. neil: on the military prisoner or anything like that is okay for you? >> we know what this administration believes that these people ought to be treated as criminals rather than a terrorist.
absolutely he is a terrorist by definition. >> did strikes me as weird to insist what it was. and then to read this guy's miranda rights. >> i had hoped as chairman about the growin islamic threat since 2000. we should not plan to treated as a criminal matter it is an end. these guys along in a place called guantanamo. but not with this administration. facing a. >> whether it is that
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it is so much i needed then 10 -- says stein -- size than font. >> as much as a conspiracy theorist but trying to hide some of the things they have bangkok's red handed again and again and close of a good chicago politician neil: has the good defense but no matter how you look at it it does not look good. i remember when l.l.:is a scandal and the president didn't know this was going on that is a shadow government but does it get to a more worrisome level that everything is a surprise? >> but there is two things going on are they completely
inept that they don't see this coming? people going to healthcare.gov or surprise that people did lose coverage your due date seem blindsided because we are the victims year also? talk about blindsided this is to feel sorry for someone but d.c. they're so out of it that they want sympathy to because they suffer through the problems. >> president bush had no idea we had no idea the iraq war would turn south so fast but the fact is the administration's get so insularity parted from reality but how often it is
happening. >> we have seen nothing like this use the big scandals like monica lewinsky but you don't see a domino effect of more than two dozen that is astonishing and screams and competence. >> but they don't call it a scandal. >> but they are a very arrogant administration although it is a chicago team. [laughter] but with the troupe was drawls instead of evading that you make a mistake then you change the conversation. >> taken a sample from john kennedy he could have just as easily put that with the predecessor. many people go back and
forth to argue that but by a acknowledging even the president on his watch his popularity went up. so some people worry about they've made a mistake but the people will not kill you for that. but they will for trivializtrivializ ing or hiding the mistake or that you never made one. >> you are forgetting the human issue. you just touch every betty's harked day after day that is what the administration does not do. christie the roemer is to be the economic adviser was helping with the stimulus package now saidfq everything contrary to what they did in the first couple of years because she is trying to connect with the people we did screw up and won hearts
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housing market whistling permits but housing isn't looking so sure right now. the former secretary under clinton cisneros it is great to see you again. a lot of it might have to do with people reluctant? but something is going on. what is it? >> of combination of things. one of them is credit is hard to get people have time -- have a hard time to get mortgages and the banks have not ben ready to lend. also some ambiguity with the regulation. the big one is the future of fannie mae and freddie mac to set up the degree of uncertainty that impacts
people who are building in the sectors so the combination for the of builders and the buyers in addition the recovery has not been as robust as we would want. gdp growth in the 2% range means jobs are not coming back where wages are not coming back. neil: i think that is the problem unless jobs to have no home buyers or have bar workers do not feel secure enough to take out a loan. >> and i was where of san antonio he said tommy the employment growth numbers i will take the housing market numbers. as i said at the outset a combination of things on the employment -- employment and rules and confidence. the key is to get the
housing sector going in and the new hud secretary. neil: and is sent to the eyes with the san antonio? >> it now goes under the city shield. [laughter] neil: but banks could turn around to say we are returning to lending standards we had prior to the meltdown everybody thinks we are hard about it but this is a credit -- a good credit score a. >> all that is true we must be residents -- response will with lending practices but we could go further down the road than where we are right now this is a function of the regulatory environment that the banks face to make them uncertain how they will function.
if we can get things going like fannie and freddie street in doubt so we have more private capital, it will impact the housing sector going forward. neil: sorry to jump on you but hillary clinton is on of book tour right now arguing for a presidential run but with the timing of the implosion and we are concerned about foreign policy in general? we live in and the moment but was this bad for her? to make there is no such a thing as the perfect timing and you did not know these would be breaking. happens to everybody. neil: but will she be blamed for its? to talk about the stewardship with the crisis
as she goes into detail about one of the key people involved that they apprehended today but leaving that aside is there of the your of friends like hillary who say she could be damaged goods? >> i don't fear that because this is a very rough political environment there will be punches thrown and it is just to a standing up and of the day nobody will be untainted or unmarked. neil: i talked to some money raisers to say she is still likely the democratic nominee they're not just giving money hand over fist but thinking of other possibilities. >> i know see any others but barack obama i came out of nowhere is in 2008. it is possible but if hillary clinton decides to seek the nomination she will
have the nomination and very likely be the next president neil: i read the book of that isn't a primer i don't know what is. >> it will be a rough season neil: agreed. henry cisneros. thank you. >> i admire your stamina you just keep going. >> just think chubby bunny. [laughter] hold back and forth to give the goals amnesty new york state goes one further than that. that. it is about making
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parity you to literally make a munchkin out of you. >>. [laughter] neil: not was not you? what do you make of it? >> politics has reached that point in new york state's that they can say just about whatever they want. neil: but they have stature the you say what he tries to do including dow around washington with the degree of special status. >> i doubt constitutionally he can do it. >> it is pretty sad. here there is absolutely no respect for those families or people who came over here from someplace else to work very hard seven years on the green card and pay their
taxes all that time and now you invite every tom dick and harry from someplace else? >> he is acknowledged new york was a century city and that they are blamed to the nimby anti-minority anti-everything. >> the hispanics that came here thou hard way what kind of respect to do they have for the elected official? the decision to right. neil: hispanic support 70%. >> you were dealing with uninformed people unfortunately that is what they're building for a long time and we are losing the battle. neil: and that is a valid point we're not just giving
away citizenship. >> but my successes with transparency to connect the dots and show the people power affects their lives your kid can not get a job because andrew cuomo will invite someone from texas or new orleans to come up here in and take that job away away, by the way they will give him health benefits and assistance with the subsidy and it is on your back as the taxpayer. >> to republicans for themselves since the defeat of eric cantor order that republicans really are not interested? >> not at all but what happened to eric cantor he deserved. without question it shows the odorous a group of
people that hold themselves out as the tea party this terrible bunch of people are horrible people we will marginalize the hell i of them. >> but people have come around to. >> but they always come back to take the words out of context. i am sure he is very religious but do you think she parties have come back? >> i don't like the term teapartier is very misleading to make you think there is the organized group to give the extremist the chance to say i am the tea party leader and i will tell you my extreme view of the tea party movement is the everyday republican and conservative blue-collar worker that goes to work and earn sell living been
distills achievement in his kids and one's the best achievement that is what is happening and fortunately people start to see that now i misspeak tea party because i believe in the same thing this. i believe our elected officials of not doing their right to fading and maybe we should get special consideration. maybe they need that the catches they have been pushed over the border but get real with the adults they came here to gave the system and water they doing in our backyard? they did not come in fairly. neil: black-and-white as always. >> a self-made man. i'll lee said you'd do what you do in buffalo. coming up by a.m. in big
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neil: dell let's move campaign is about exercising and eating rights but these -- the city council goes against of agreed to implement the 6 percent tax on yogas studios? it does not seem to jive. >> this beam strikes me but the plan does bring a much needed tax break to the citizens the first time with
$150 million but it does strike me that when a mike punitive taxes. >> but they did not have this to deal in the past i am all for to make sure everyone has given in the game so everyone has a stake that can lower the overall tax is? >> it can but expanding the tax base. >> i don't the dutch tax. >> we're already lowering health care costs across the country but if you tax more. >> so just tax everything?
is that fair? >> they put all live to of creativity into raising taxes but there are other stores. why didn't they? >> to go after jim san do's studios? >> they cannot tax them a no. >> come on. >> you may not know this but they will add another 6%. >> everybody keeps telling us to go out to be healthy and don'ts e to doughnuts now you will tax me because i will do something? >> but if you say that that will affect if she has the
work and then you are crazies to reckon it'll think it has that effect it is only $0.69 but. >> on top of the $25 tax i'd like a tax on soda or junk food or on the us -- and this. >> everybody pays the same tax and we can talk about addressing the lover tax but i don't think that is fair. >> but the held the paper -- people pay more. >> digest say if it is fair for everybody but i just expand on that.
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position, he was just looking at the economics and why this is happening. >> rich in hanover made he laugh. there is no way that could happen, with obama in office, and time to get serious no polite way to win a war, if you want to defeat the terrorists you must suspend all rules of engagement. nick or jim, in el centro, california. may play into iran's and russia's best interest, if isis occupies iraq's oil fields, a spike in oil prices will benefit iraq and iran, shantions be dammed. >> that is the fear, speaking of fear, porter is back. yeah, porter with this suggestion. casubject be insurgents to watcg
your show, and boring them to death. >> now, take a cue from mike in anaheim. not like richard simmons, you have a valued loyal viewer here, i appreciate that mike. >> then there is allen in ohio, i do admire you but stop but thels in when -- bu butting in n your guests are trying to respond to a question, you are better. i am not, if they are not answers my question and any off on a talking points. ancavuto it is your show but yor chris matthews style of interviewing is bush league, and harry you compare me to matthews can obama. -- is obama, they don't jive with one gel oh, mail.
get a backbone. don't just sit there like a potted plant when your guest is spouting nonsense, stop it, challenge him, interrupt him, take a cue tprerb tpreurbg from. oh, that is right you are not oh, real you. the reason why so many are turning down a job because montel williams is right, their hands are tied anything into the job. so montel said change the job, or maybe just shut down the v.a. suzanne e-mails montel is right, close the v.a. down, garey in connecticut, montel williams is the best guest i have ever seen on fox news bar none, he tells the truth without candy coating it. you better talk to retired government worker chris, worst guest you ever had on your show, he has no idea how the v.a. is
run. how is that v.a. run? john, make montel the next head of the v.a., he would be better or more passionate, debbie, i love your show, i've been watching for years, but stop booking montel williams, he is an emotional sense sigalist, low on facts high on bs. one constant we discovered is that one out of 3 americans, have stopped trusting, true. uncanny ua third of childrens do not just the president -- a third of americans do not crust the president or government or markets or institution of marriage. ken in florida does not understand. it gets worse by the week, bob. my problem, you always look at
glass has empty, start reporting that two out of three love this country, i am disappointed in you. you should be at cnn . and one out of three are bummed out? with this president, you can blame them. then these random muhsings. this from jerry in ohio. on lost e-mails from irs, i am audited by the irs, can i tell them, sorry all of my pertinent files were deleteed? and about the starbucks offering tuition. i said i would sign my daughter up, michael in california said shut up. what makes you assume i have not paid her tuition or regreted